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  1. Decided to go into GolfTEC to burn one of the lessons that I knew I shouldn't have bought... (First one I've used and I'm already 3 months into the 6 month expiration window). Figured I'd just do a swing tune-up and bash some 7 irons. After shaking off the rust by chunk-hooking some short ones, the wow factor came back. Maybe they had the monitor (Foresight?) jacked up or at a high altitude setting or something, but supposedly they didn't. Using a Titleist Tour Practice ball, I was mashing 7 irons with 190+ carry and 5700+ RPM of spin (that's 1.5-2 clubs longer than my JPX Tour and with "good" spin numbers considering the ball). Dispersion was reasonably tight too - I just wish I swapped in a different ball to see the more realistic numbers. Days like that give me hope for the upcoming season and make me want to sign up for tournaments... But I'm sure reality will set in soon enough, and I'll still be "around 80" (I'll just have more fun getting there with that added distance). Gotta reiterate the thank you to both MGS and Titleist for this opportunity -- without the testing opp, I wouldn't have even considered swapping out my Mizunos, but these are looking like a much better fit for me.
    5 points
  2. So, partially out of laziness and partially out of just simply not needing it, I have been setting up the net without the roof portion at all. I've mostly been hitting 7-iron and longer recently, so absolutely no risk of hitting anything over. Set up time to move the net and hitting mat from its resting place next to the house and putting the net up is all of 35 seconds.
    4 points
  3. Our Honma Beres drivers just arrived and they are a work of art. Almost to nice to hit. Mens driver on the left is a Honma Beres 2 star model with 10.5° loft with Honmas ARMRQmx shaft, R2(senior) flex, length 46” with a swg.wt. of D1. The ladies driver is a Honma Beres Aizu 3 star model with 12.5° loft, ARMRQmx shaft, L flex, length 44.25” with a C2.5 swg.wt. Face is almost to nice to hit. Same face on both drivers.
    2 points
  4. Finally got back in town and was able to use the net with my “contact stickers” which I’d never used before. Gives good feedback and made the net more fun in my opinion. Still trying to just focus on short swings with good fundamentals and solid contact.
    2 points
  5. With the T300 I’m about a club longer .. I played couple weeks back and had a shot up hill about 145 it was cold and raining figured 8i range … I put it over the green .. pretty crazy I had to club down for the rest of the day.
    2 points
  6. I've played on a simulator a few times over the last month after taking a few month break once the cold settled in. I forgot how much I like how these irons look!! I liked them when I originally opened the box, but have grown to appreciate them even more the more I play them.
    2 points
  7. I’ve been able to use it once or twice but the weather has not been cooperative lately here. I have set it up in the garage before but it’s tough to hit anything over a wedge in there. Hopefully it’ll warm up here soon.
    1 point
  8. Decided to re-grip my #7 today. While I liked the odyssey standard grip, my SuperStroke 1.0 pistol which I’ve used for 6 years was calling my name.
    1 point
  9. Nice! I haven't been able to use the net the past few weeks, but I did pick up something for it that I'll have to share when the weather clears up a bit here.
    1 point
  10. Golfholics with Rapsodo did a 20 or so minute video as a course vlog using the MLM. Interesting video and worth a look if you enjoy their content!
    1 point
  11. I know US based hard goods lines have mostly dropped pink from their color palate and tried to move into the more gender neutral color schemes.
    1 point
  12. I have an Ortho appointment in Jan for my shoulder/neck ..going to try to take the winter off but it is hard ...hope your shoulder gets better
    1 point
  13. Well, as much as I wanted to take the T200's out a couple of times, my new role has me in meetings it seems like forever. Now, I've developed a pain in the shoulder and neck area so my golf days are going to be over this year until I can get in with my Ortho. Jealous of those of you still playing! MDGolfHacker
    1 point
  14. I can't believe how many problems people have! I have Gen 2 sensors that sat around in a drawer for 2 years before I even tried them out. They have worked nearly flawlessly all season long. I put tape over the ends and in an opaque bag for the winter but fully expect them to work fine when I reinstall them next season. I sure hope that's how it works, anyway...
    1 point
  15. 6 replacement sensors arrived yesterday and I spent the morning setting them up. The bad news is that 1 appears to be faulty. I then played a round and the good news is that Arccos recorded every Wood and Iron shot and only missed 4 short putts which is a huge improvement. Playing again on Sunday so hopefully the trend continues.
    1 point
  16. I've got a round on Sunday, so we shall see. I only have 3 rounds with it so far, so the caddy feature doesn't work yet.
    1 point
  17. I found my gapping results were very similar to my gapping analysis on the GC Quad. I think the Arccos is actual real world on the course distances so it should be even more accurate vs 10 shots on a GC Quad with each club. My Driver, FW and Hybrid were off between 3-5 yards for avg distance vs “Smart Distance”. Obviously GC Quad provide other data like carry yardage and ball speed, but Arccos provides another great data point. So hopefully you will find the same thing. Please let us know.
    1 point
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